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Database Records by Area and Year
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Item - BCOF Headquarters promises severe punishment for crimes (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 17/5/1952
Item - BCOF Liaison Bureau announces severe punishment for offending servicemen (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 26/6/1952
Item - BCOF offers 50,000 yen for damages to rice paddies (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 21/12/1952
Item - BCOF officers invited to a goodwill function in Kure (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 18/12/1952
Item - BCOF soldiers caused 63 accidents (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 18/6/1952
Item - BCOF soldiers in disguise compete in an athletic meeting (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 15/6/1952
Item - BCOF soldiers turned gangsters (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 26/11/1952
Item - BCOF to be responsible for lease payment for private properties (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 1/11/1952
Item - BCOF Workers' Union conducts indefinite strike (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 23/12/1952
Item - BCOF Workers' Union extraordinary meeting to establish the right to strike (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 27/11/1952
Item - BCOF Workers' Union on strike (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 19/12/1952
Item - BCOF Workers' Union requests indirect employment (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 13/5/1952
Item - BCOF Workers' Union resolution on direct employment (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 20/5/1952
Item - Before and after peace treaty - crimes committed by members of the UN Force (2) (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 23/8/1952
Item - Bright prospect for graduates of the Kure Employment Security Office vocational training centre (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 21/2/1952
Item - British sailor's case to be finalised on 5 November (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 16/10/1952
Item - Canadian senior officers discuss the prevention of crime (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 29/6/1952
Item - Canadian senior officers discuss the prevention of crime (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 29/6/1952
Item - Canadian serviceman investigated for theft of horse and bodily harm (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 19/8/1952
Item - Canadian serviceman investigated for theft of horse and bodily harm (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 19/8/1952
Item - Cancellation of compensation specifications designated for the Kure arsenal (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 3/5/1952
Item - Car burglary by British and Australian soldiers (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 25/11/1952
Item - Case involving a BCOF soldier (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 29/11/1952
Item - Change of trade inevitable for gift shop owners (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 29/1/1952
Item - Change to direct employment of BCOF labourers (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 22/4/1952
Item - Changes to the terms of employment of BCOF labourers (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 10/6/1952
Item - Close examination of crimes committed by foreign soldiers (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 19/6/1952
Item - Commander Bridgeford accepts the results of negotiations presented by Chairman YAMADA (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 24/12/1952
Item - Commendation from AFL Asia a boost to Japanese labourers - victory to Japanese labourers' self-consciousness (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 20/8/1952
Item - Compensation concerning the requisition of the Daishinkai area in Hiro (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 21/8/1952





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